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Bowery and Houston in Manhattan the night after Hurricane Sandy left downtown completely dark. With my tripod in tow I walked the New York Streets able to get the long exposures needed to see in the d
5th avenue and 12th street in Manhattan the night after Hurricane Sandy left downtown completely dark. With my tripod in tow I walked the New York Streets able to get the long exposures needed to see
On Broadway and 12th in Manhattan the night after Hurricane Sandy left downtown completely dark. With my tripod in tow I walked the New York Streets able to get the long exposures needed to see in the
Rabbit in the shade
Beautiful Oregon
Rainbow and Tipi
Views of St Johns Bridge
Big Bug
Rowdy and Bandit
Our pond on a cold winter day!
Flatiron building in Manhattan the night after Hurricane Sandy left downtown completely dark. With my tripod in tow I walked the New York Streets able to get the long exposures needed to see in the da
Standing in the sunset
I love My Truck
A goose and a traffic light at sunset
Playful Fox
Forgotten clothes
My reflection & A kid drinking from a cup at the "Town Topic" diner.
Dora On the beach
Two girls holding hands in Coney Island, sumer 2012.
old house, ghost, another dimension, mystery, innocence,
6th street and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan the night after Hurricane Sandy left downtown completely dark. With my tripod in tow I walked the New York Streets able to get the long exposures needed to see i
A Peace of Serenity
A friend comes to visit during a picnic.
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Standing in the sunset

Standing in the sunset

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Pottsville, Arkansas, United States of America
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© Myra Price.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2012
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Filed Under: People
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 5, 2012, 4:16 p.m.
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Camera Model: KODAK EASYSHARE C743 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Focal Length: 14.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/156
Aperture: f4.3
ISO: ISO80
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